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Visiting Győr

Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for two Cellos and Orchestra in G minor (RV 531)
Robert Schumann: Cello Concerto in A Minor, Op. 129
Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 9 "The Great" in C major (D. 944)

Tibor Bogányi – cello
István Várdai – cello

Conducted by: Tibor Bogányi


On the way home from their concert in Vienna, the Pannon Philharmonic will delight the Győr audience with a music-historical souvenir: a deservedly famous cello double concerto by Vivaldi, who had garnered great acclaim throughout his life yet set out to Vienna with even greater hopes. His good fortune, however, didn't accompany him there. This piece is followed by Schumann's passionate cello concerto, which cannot be linked directly to Vienna; still, the Viennese composer born half a century earlier, Schubert, marked an essential guideline for Schumann, whose music reflects the same sincere, vocally inspired melodiousness as Schubert's. Similarly to Schumann's cello concerto, Schubert's Symphony in C major “The Great” is a kind of synopsis. While his first symphonies show Haydn, Mozart or Beethoven's influences, it is Schubert himself in this symphony. We can hear a popular, easily digestible, yet colourful and deeply emotional assortment of compositions at this concert.




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